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Aaskoven, Lasse (2019) Do early elections provide a financial advantage for parties in power? Democratic Audit Blog (22 Jul 2019). Blog Entry.

Abboud, Samer (2019) From the social market economy to the national partnership: the conflict elite and public-private partnerships in a post-war Syria. Conflict Research Programme Blog (31 Jan 2019). Blog Entry.

Abdelhamied, Raghada (2019) Only the secret is seductive…the secret is the clue!: how selective silence is employed and justified by The World Bank as a communication strategy to respond to citizens’ criticism of its policies and projects in Egypt. In: LSE Research Festival 2019: New World (Dis)Orders, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Aboderin, Isabella (2019) Toward a fit-for-purpose policy architecture on long-term care in Sub-Saharan Africa: impasse and a research agenda to overcome it. Journal of Long-Term Care, 2019. 119 - 126. ISSN 2516-9122

Abraham, Terezia (2019) In Transit. In: LSE Research Festival 2019: New World (Dis)Orders, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Abrams, Benjamin (2019) What hope is there for societies undergoing democratic downgrades? Democratic Audit Blog (21 Nov 2019). Blog Entry.

Adebajo, Fikayo (2019) Ayesha - eight months pregnant. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Agafiev Macambira, Danil (2019) Citizen's capitalism: a dynamic economic and political system built to last. In: LSE Research Festival 2019: New World (Dis)Orders, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Aggarwal, Tanvi (2019) Concert. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Akello, Grace (2019) Uganda did not export Ebola to the DRC despite porous borders. Africa at LSE (16 Dec 2019), pp. 1-5. Blog Entry.

Al-Kaisy, Aida (2019) Pockets of media civicness in a conflictual political landscape: a case study of Iraqi media. Conflict Research Programme Blog (11 Apr 2019). Blog Entry.

Al-Khafaji, Hayder (2019) Iraq's popular mobilisation forces: the possibilities for Disarmament, Demobilisation & Reintegration. LSE Middle East Centre Report (November 2019). LSE Middle East Centre, London, UK.

Al-Mawlawi, Ali (2019) Public payroll expansion in Iraq: causes and consequences. LSE Middle East Centre Report (October 2019). LSE Middle East Centre, London, UK.

Albayrak-Aydemir, Nihan ORCID: 0000-0003-3412-4311 (2019) Towards a more comprehensive ethical approach: potential impacts of studying sensitive topics. PsyPag Quarterly, 113. 6 - 8. ISSN 1746-6016

Alcalde, Miguel (2019) Paying attention can transform your life... but be careful what you choose to ignore. In: LSE Research Festival 2019: New World (Dis)Orders, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Alejandra Vélez, María and Lobo, Iván (2019) Challenges of organised community resistance in the context of illicit economies and drug war policies: insights from Colombia. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (1). pp. 72-79. ISSN 2516-7227

Alessandro Borella, Carlo (2019) Fake news, immigration and opinion polarisation [winner - festival prize]. In: LSE Research Festival 2019: New World (Dis)Orders, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Ali, Zahra (2019) Protest movements in Iraq in the age of a ‘new civil society’. Conflict Research Programme Blog (03 Oct 2019). Blog Entry.

Alimi, Deborah (2019) An agenda in-the-making: the linking of drugs and development discourses. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (1). pp. 37-51. ISSN 2516-7227

Annesley, Claire, Gains, Francesca and Sanders, Anna (2019) Most party manifestos have taken women's interests seriously. LSE Business Review (07 Dec 2019), pp. 1-4. Blog Entry.

Annesley, Claire, Gains, Francesca and Sanders, Anna (2019) Women and gender in the 2019 party manifestos. British Policy and Politics at LSE (02 Dec 2019), pp. 1-4. Blog Entry.

Anosike, Chijioke (2019) Brixton, you've changed. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Araujo, Marcella (2019) Urban public works, drug trafficking and militias: what are the consequences of the interactions between community work and illicit markets?: As obras urbanas, o tráfico de drogas e as milícias quais são as consequências das interações entre o trabalho social e os mercados ilícitos. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (2). 164–176. ISSN 2516-7227

Arnesen, Sveinung (2019) How turnout, majority size, and outcome affect whether citizens think the result of an EU referendum should be implemented. Democratic Audit Blog (13 Mar 2019). Blog Entry.

Arnold, Cara A. and Loughlin, Catherine (2019) Who has to 'lean in' for equal gender representation in leadership roles? LSE Business Review (15 Nov 2019). Blog Entry.

Askin, Arzucan (2019) “Do not throw garbage!”: lessons in urban resilience from Cuba. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Athuai Wol, Wol (2019) ‘A death of a civilian is better than that of a soldier’: remembering the struggle for South Sudan, and living in it now. Conflict Research Programme Blog (28 Feb 2019). Blog Entry.

Azman bin Wazir, Nur (2019) Teach a man to fish. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

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Bacevic, Jana (2019) Review essay: what we talk about when we talk about universities by Jana Bacevic. LSE Review of Books (19 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Bahceci, Sergen (2019) Re-enacting determination. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Bainbridge, Laura (2019) Bug hotel. LSE Research Festival 2019: New World (Dis)Orders (18 Feb 2019). Website.

Baird, Matthew, Chari, A.V., Nataraj, Shanthi, Rothenberg, Alexander, Telhaj, Shqiponja and Winters, L. Alan (2019) The public sector and the misallocation of labor: evidence from a policy experiment in India. CEP Discussion Papers (1596). Centre for Economic Performance, LSE, London, UK.

Baker, Cameron (2019) Industrial altruism. In: LSE Research Festival 2019: New World (Dis)Orders, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Balcells, Joan and Padró-Solanet, Albert (2019) Is democracy going digital?: Why the Twitter debate on Catalonia’s independence matters. Democratic Audit Blog (06 Aug 2019). Blog Entry.

Barrios-Fernandez, Andres (2019) Should I stay of should I go? Neighbors' effects on university enrollment. CEP Discussion Papers. Centre for Economic Performance, LSE, London, UK.

Baspehlivan, Uygar (2019) The citizen and the space: fragility of the Middle Eastern nation-state. LSE Undergraduate Political Review, 2. pp. 81-91.

Baykan, Toygar Sinan (2019) Book review: Absorbing the blow: populist parties and their impact on parties and party systems edited by Steven Wolinetz and Andrej Zaslove. Democratic Audit Blog (09 Feb 2019). Blog Entry.

Beaumont, Paul David (2019) Between model and martyr: it's in the EU's interest for Brexit to go badly - but not too badly. LSE Brexit (01 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Beaumont, Paul David (2019) It's in the EU's interest for Brexit to go badly - but not too badly. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (19 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Bei, Leticia Jin (2019) Where does the dragon’s gift go?: Subnational distribution of China’s aid to Sub-Saharan Africa from 2007 to 2012. LSE Undergraduate Political Review. pp. 27-59.

Bejan, Raluca (2019) Austerity is to blame for the result of the general election, but so is nationalism. LSE Brexit (01 Dec 2019), 1 - 4. Blog Entry.

Bernard, Andrew, Dhyne, Emmanuel, Manova, Kalina, Magerman, Glenn and Moxnes, Andreas (2019) The origins of firm heterogeneity: a production network approach. CEP Discussion Papers (1592). Centre for Economic Performance, LSE, London, UK.

Berridge, Willow (2019) The Sudan Uprising and its possibilities: regional revolution, generational revolution, and an end to Islamist politics? Conflict Research Programme Blog (23 Oct 2019). Blog Entry.

Bertelli, Anthony M. (2019) How Brexit can give Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland more policymaking power. LSE Brexit (01 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Bimeny, Ponsiano (2019) Ecosystem degradation in post-war Uganda. Africa at LSE (13 Dec 2019), pp. 1-8. Blog Entry.

Bimeny, Ponsiano (2019) Resilience to ecological change in post-war Uganda. Africa at LSE (11 Dec 2019), pp. 1-6. Blog Entry.

Birks, Jen (2019) Fact-checking GE2019 compared to fact-checking GE2017. British Policy and Politics at LSE (11 Dec 2019), pp. 1-3. Blog Entry.

Blake, Michael and Kriticos, Sebastian (2019) Enhancing property tax compliance in Mandalay. . International Growth Centre, London, UK.

Blanc, Fanny, White, Tim, Fernandez, Alex, Franco Vega, Ignacio, Frassoldati, Irene, Lam, Tiffany, Bowles, Lisa-Marie and Scanlon, Kathleen (2019) Barriers to acceptance of housing offers by families in temporary accommodation: an LSE London report for Camden Council. . LSE London, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Boehm, Johannes and Sonntag, Jan (2019) Vertical integration and foreclosure: evidence from production network data. CEP Discussion Papers. Centre for Economic Performance, LSE, London, UK.

Bol, Damien (2019) Choosing winning candidates in proportional systems does not increase voter satisfaction. Democratic Audit Blog (07 Jan 2019). Blog Entry.

Bolleyer, Nicole (2019) Have changes in counterterrorism legislation before and after 9/11 curtailed civil rights? Democratic Audit Blog (03 Jun 2019). Blog Entry.

Bor, Güley (2019) Iraq’s reparation bill for Yazidi female survivors: more progress needed. Conflict Research Programme Blog (12 Jun 2019). Blog Entry.

Bor, Güley (2019) Reforming legal responses to conflict-related sexual violence in Iraq and the Kurdistan region. Conflict Research Programme Blog (25 Apr 2019). Blog Entry.

Bor, Güley (2019) Response to and reparations for conflict-related sexual violence in Iraq: the case of Shi'a Turkmen in Tel Afar. LSE Middle East Centre Reports (October 2019). LSE Middle East Centre, London, UK.

Borota, Teodora, Defever, Fabrice and Impullitti, Giammario (2019) Innovation union: costs and benefits of innovation policy coordination. CEP Discussion Papers. Centre for Economic Performance, LSE, London, UK.

Bossert, Walter, Clark, Andrew E., D'Ambrosio, Conchita and Lepinteur, Anthony (2019) Economic insecurity and the rise of the right. CEP Discussion Papers. Centre for Economic Performance, LSE, London, UK.

Bou, Camille (2019) In Varietate Concordia. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Brandenburg, Heinz (2019) General election 2019: what difference are the Unite to Remain and Brexit party pacts likely to make? Democratic Audit Blog (20 Nov 2019). Blog Entry.

Brandenburg, Heinz (2019) What do British newspaper readers think about Brexit? Democratic Audit Blog (18 Jul 2019). Blog Entry.

Brandenburg, Heinz, McMillan, Fraser and Hanegraaff, Marcel (2019) How important are the parties' Brexit pledges to voters? LSE Brexit (01 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Brandim Howson, Joseph and Jáuregui, David (2019) The annual Christmas binge on publicity by Mexico's federal bodies weakens public services and media independence. LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (12 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Bridgewater, Jack (2019) The UK needs a new electoral system not a new political party. Democratic Audit Blog (25 Feb 2019). Blog Entry.

Brombacher, Daniel and Westerbarkei, Jan (2019) From alternative development to sustainable development: the role of development within the global drug control regime. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (1). pp. 89-98. ISSN 2516-7227

Bryant, Lucy (2019) Policing of live music in England and Wales. In: LSE Research Festival 2019: New World (Dis)Orders, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Buckup, Sebastian and Vanham, Peter (2019) How to turn trust into a competitive advantage. LSE Business Review (20 Nov 2019). Blog Entry.

Bulat, Alexandra (2019) The rights of non-UK EU citizens are still not a ‘done deal’. Democratic Audit Blog (30 Jul 2019). Blog Entry.

Bull, Martin J. (2019) Whatever happened to the Westminster model? The ‘Italianisation’ of British politics. Democratic Audit Blog (09 Oct 2019). Blog Entry.

Byrd, William A. (2019) Unexploited potential? What role can international financial institutions play in drugs and development? Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (1). pp. 101-117. ISSN 2516-7227

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Campbell, Stuart, Macmillan, Lindsey, Murphy, Richard and Wyness, Gill (2019) Inequalities in student to course match: evidence from linked administrative data. CEP Discussion Papers. Centre for Economic Performance, LSE, London, UK.

Canepari, Lorenzo (2019) Book review: how to save a constitutional democracy by Tom Ginsburg and Aziz Z. Huq. Democratic Audit Blog (23 Mar 2019). Blog Entry.

Canto, Patricia, Franco, Susana and Larrea, Miren (2019) Embracing multilingualism to enhance complexity sensitive research. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (02 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Carter, Laura (2019) Book review: the costs of connection: how data is colonizing human life and appropriating it for capitalism by Nick Couldry and Ulises A. Mejias. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (01 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Carvalho, Laura (2019) ¿Cómo contribuyó la economía brasileña a la elección de Bolsonaro? LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (05 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Catterall, Pippa (2019) Can politicians act with impunity? the constitutional principles at stake in the prorogation case. Democratic Audit Blog (16 Sep 2019). Blog Entry.

Caulkins, Jonathan (2019) Legalising drugs prudently: the importance of incentives and values. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (3). 279 - 287. ISSN 2516-7227

Cerdio, Maria (2019) US drug war hegemony: rethinking bilateral perspectives [winner - short film prize]. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Chabib, Anissa (2019) Look further, when perception is misleading. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Chadha, Jagjit S. (2019) It's ridiculous! The disarray of our fiscal system leaves voters short-changed. LSE Brexit (01 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Chang, Grace (2019) Can child work provide opportunities for skill development? In: LSE Research Festival 2019: New World (Dis)Orders, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Chant, Sylvia (2019) Cell seller, Gambia. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Chen, Yi-Ju (2019) Defeating Goliath with his own sword: sue corporations for human rights violation. In: LSE Research Festival 2019: New World (Dis)Orders, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Church, Clive H (2019) Switzerland's 'green tsunami' slows to a trickle. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (23 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Clements, Ben (2019) The British public and NATO: still a strong alliance? British Policy and Politics at LSE (01 Dec 2019), 1 - 5. Blog Entry.

Coban, M. Kerem (2019) Book review: Democracy and prosperity: reinventing capitalism through a turbulent century by Torben Iversen and David Soskice. Democratic Audit Blog (05 Oct 2019). Blog Entry.

Coban, Mehmet Kerem (2019) Book review: democracy and prosperity: reinventing capitalism through a turbulent century. LSE Business Review (03 Nov 2019). Blog Entry.

Cohen, Corentin (2019) Development of the Brazilian drug market toward Africa: myths, evidence and theoretical questions: Desenvolvimento do mercado de drogas brasileiro em direção à África: mitos, evidências e questões teóricas. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (2). pp. 133-144. ISSN 2516-7227

Collignon, Sofia (2019) When do central governments decentralise? When it benefits the party in power. Democratic Audit Blog (11 Jan 2019). Blog Entry.

Consterdine, Erica and Hampshire, James (2019) Why Europe's immigration policies are not converging. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (03 Dec 2019), 1 - 3. Blog Entry.

Cooper, Zack, Craig, Stuart, Gaynor, Martin, Harish, Nir J, Krumholz, Harlan M and Van Reenen, John ORCID: 0000-0001-9153-2907 (2019) Hospital prices grew substantially faster than physician prices for hospital-based care in 2007-14. Health Affairs, 38 (2). 184 - 189. ISSN 0278-2715

Cornwell, Christopher, Schmutte, Ian M. and Scur, Daniela (2019) Building a productive workforce: the role of structured management practices. CEP Discussion Papers. Centre for Economic Performance, LSE, London, UK.

Coviello, Decio, Ichino, Andrea and Persico, Nicola (2019) Measuring the gains from labor specialization. CEP Discussion Papers. Centre for Economic Performance, LSE, London, UK.

Cowell, Frederick (2019) General election 2019: what are the prospects for UK human rights, and the Human Rights Act after the election? Democratic Audit Blog (25 Nov 2019). Blog Entry.

Crespin-Boucaud, Juliette (2019) We need a better understanding of interethnic marriages in sub-Saharan Africa. Africa at LSE (26 Dec 2019), pp. 1-6. Blog Entry.

Csevár, Szilvia and Tremblay, Christine (2019) Sexualised violence and land grabbing: forgotten conflict and ignored victims in West Papua. Women, Peace and Security (21 Aug 2019). Blog Entry.

Cusato, Eliana (2019) The paradox of plenty and its impact on gendered policy. Women, Peace and Security (17 Oct 2019), pp. 1-11. Blog Entry.

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Dadu, Saagarika and Forestier, Marie (2019) The gendered impact of the conflict in Iraq on IS-affiliated women. Women, Peace and Security (28 Mar 2019). Blog Entry.

Daenekindt, Stijn, de Koster, Willem and van der Waal, Jeroen (2019) How your partner affects your likelihood to vote. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (10 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Dahi, Omar (2019) Syria: donor conditionality, sanctions, and the question of justice. Conflict Research Programme Blog (06 Mar 2019). Blog Entry.

Daly, Dr Tom Gerald (2019) Democratic decay: the threat with a thousand names. Democratic Audit Blog (04 Mar 2019). Blog Entry.

Dann, Christopher (2019) Penal populism and Duterte's war on drugs. In: LSE Research Festival 2019: New World (Dis)Orders, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

David-Barrett, Liz and Fazekas, Mihaly (2019) Grand corruption and the authoritarian turn. Democratic Audit Blog (11 Jul 2019). Blog Entry.

Dean, Rikki, Boswell, John and Smith, Graham (2019) NHS Citizen and what it tells us about designing democratic innovations as deliberative systems. Democratic Audit Blog (06 Nov 2019). Blog Entry.

Defever, Fabrice, Imbruno, Michele and Kneller, Richard (2019) Trade liberalization, input intermediaries and firm productivity: evidence from China. CEP Discussion Papers. Centre for Economic Performance, LSE, London, UK.

Defty, Andrew (2019) What impact has the general election had on the work of the Intelligence and Security Committee? Democratic Audit Blog (17 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Defty, Andrew (2019) When will the government respond to the Intelligence and Security Committee’s report on UK lethal drone strikes in Syria? Democratic Audit Blog (26 Apr 2019). Blog Entry.

Defty, Andrew (2019) The government’s refusal to release the Intelligence and Security Committee’s report into Russian activities against the UK is part of a worrying pattern of obstruction and delay. Democratic Audit Blog (07 Nov 2019). Blog Entry.

Della Giusta, Marina, Jaworska, Sylvia, Vukadinović-Greetham, Danica and De Liddo, Anna (2019) Long read: what is going on with economic expertise? LSE Brexit (01 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Deller, Rose (2019) LSE RB decade in review: top 10 book reviews of the 2010s. LSE Review of Books (01 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Deller, Rose (2019) LSE RB year in review: top 12 book reviews of 2019. LSE Review of Books (01 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Demir, Ebru (2019) Book review: injustice and the reproduction of history: structural inequalities, gender and redress by Alasia Nuti. LSE Review of Books (01 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Deng, Hanzhi (2019) Unexpected legacies from the rebellion: fiscal transitions in China, 1850s-1900s. In: LSE Research Festival 2019: New World (Dis)Orders, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Dercon, Stefan, Haas, Astrid, Kriticos, Sebastian and Lippolis, Nicolas (2019) Can Africa learn from the Chinese urbanisation story? IGC Cities that Work Policy Framing Paper. International Growth Centre, London, UK.

Diamond, Patrick (2019) Governing as a permanent form of campaigning: why the civil service is in mortal danger. Democratic Audit Blog (27 Aug 2019). Blog Entry.

Diamond, Patrick, Richards, David and Wager, Alan (2019) Criticisms of the Westminster model of politics are not new: can the system survive the latest wave of anti-politics? Democratic Audit Blog (09 Jul 2019). Blog Entry.

Diskul, M.L. Dispanadda, Ninnad, Ramrada, Skinner, Andrea and Rajatanarvin, Visit-orn (2019) Development not drug control: the evolution of counter narcotic efforts in Thailand. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (1). pp. 80-88. ISSN 2516-7227

Dobson, Phoebe (2019) The strength in forgiveness. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Donnelly, Elizabeth Rose and Muthiah, Viknes (2019) Protecting women and girls in refugee camps: states' obligations under international law. . London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Dovcik, Jakub (2019) Slovak civil service: hard(ly) working(?). LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Duerr, Benjamin (2019) Environment and war: what the WPS agenda can teach us about invisible crimes. Women, Peace and Security (09 Aug 2019). Blog Entry.

Dukhan, Haian (2019) Critical analysis of attempts to co-opt the tribes in Syria. Conflict Research Programme Blog (02 May 2019). Blog Entry.

Dunatchik, Allison, Icardi, Rossella and Blake, Margaret (2019) Predicting unmet need for social care. Journal of Long-Term Care, 2019. 194 - 205. ISSN 2516-9122

Dyonisius, Michelle (2019) The inglorious offenders: a postcolonial feminist analysis of war/combat to understand sexual violence in conflict. In: LSE Research Festival 2019: New World (Dis)Orders, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

de Carvalho Silva, Leonardo and Langeani, Bruno (2019) Low impact, wrong direction: why São Paulo state drug policy is inefficient and ineffective: Mal orientada e com baixo impacto: quais os problemas da política de drogas do estado de São Paulo? Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (2). 204–219. ISSN 2516-7227

de Vries, Gijs (2019) Cultural freedom in European foreign policy. ifa Edition Culture and Foreign Policy. Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen, Stuttgart, DE. ISBN 9783921970304

deSouza, Priyanka (2019) Book review: Political blackness in multiracial Britain by Mohan Ambikaipaker. Democratic Audit Blog (26 Jan 2019). Blog Entry.

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Edgerton, Barton (2019) Book review: Everyday economics: a user’s guide to the modern economy by Steve Coulter. Democratic Audit Blog (05 Jan 2019). Blog Entry.

Egorova, Yulia (2019) Book review: when the state winks: the performance of Jewish conversion in Israel by Michal Kravel-Tovi. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (01 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Elles, James (2019) Yes, the European Parliament is different from Westminster - and British leaders never bothered to explain how. LSE Brexit (01 Dec 2019), 1 - 3. Blog Entry.

Emerson, Brian (2019) Regulation of illegal drugs – no longer What?, but How? Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (3). 251 - 254. ISSN 2516-7227

Emin Bayram, Mehmet (2019) Book review: The future of capitalism: facing the new anxieties by Paul Collier. Democratic Audit Blog (01 Jun 2019). Blog Entry.

Ershov, Philipp (2019) Father and followers: Putin’s rhetoric as an evolutionary-psychological leadership tool. LSE Undergraduate Political Review, 2. pp. 116-147.

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Farfán-Méndez, Cecilia (2019) The structure of drug trafficking organizations and money laundering practices: a risk appetite hypothesis. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (3). 294 - 311. ISSN 2516-7227

Farrington, Conor (2019) The Brex Factor: how a citizens’ assembly on Brexit could learn from reality tv. Democratic Audit Blog (14 Jun 2019). Blog Entry.

Feltran, Gabriel (2019) (Il)licit economies in Brazil: an ethnographic perspective: Economias (i)lícitas no Brasil: uma perspectiva etnográfica. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (2). pp. 145-154. ISSN 2516-7227

Filippetti, Andrea and Guy, Frederick (2019) Labor market regulation, the diversity of knowledge and skill, and national innovation performance. Research Policy, 49 (1). ISSN 0048-7333

Folsz, Hanna (2019) The dynamics of issue salience and voting: did the refugee crisis affect turnout in European national elections? LSE Undergraduate Political Review, 2. pp. 5-26.

Foxen, Sarah and Tyler, Chris (2019) Legislative science advice is a powerful tool, yet the majority of parliamentarians around the world don't have access to it. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (18 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Franck, Jack (2019) Ok, Boomer. Is Brexit stealing the future of millennials and zoomers? LSE Brexit. 1 - 3.

Franz, Tobias and Gómez Suárez, Andrei (2019) Why is Colombia striking for change? LSE Latin America and Caribbean Blog (16 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Frasco, Eric (2019) Conflict, trauma and peace: critical psychology approaches for peacebuilding? In: LSE Research Festival 2019: New World (Dis)Orders, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Frazier, Erica (2019) Book review | rethinking US election law: unskewing the system by Steven Mulroy. Democratic Audit Blog (07 Sep 2019). Blog Entry.

Freyburg, Tina, Huber, Robert A. and Mohrenberg, Steffen (2019) Do populist-leaning citizens support direct democracy? Democratic Audit Blog (18 Aug 2019). Blog Entry.

Fromm, Deborah (2019) Creating (Il)legal markets: an ethnography of the insurance market in Brazil: CRIANDO MERCADOS (I)LEGAIS Uma etnografia sobre o mercado de seguros no Brasil. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (2). pp. 155-163. ISSN 2516-7227

Fruehwirth, Jane Cooley, Iyer, Sriya and Zhang, Anwen (2019) Religion and depression in adolescence. Journal of Political Economy, 127 (3). 1178 - 1209. ISSN 0022-3808

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Gaines, Brian J., Goodwin, Mark, Holden Bates, Stephen and Sin, Gisela (2019) When select committees speak, do newspapers listen? Democratic Audit Blog (08 Oct 2019). Blog Entry.

Game, Chris (2019) England’s local elections 2019: council outcomes from ‘no overall control’ results. Democratic Audit Blog (14 Aug 2019). Blog Entry.

Game, Chris (2019) England’s local elections 2019: part 2 – rainbow and other coalitions. Democratic Audit Blog (20 Aug 2019). Blog Entry.

Game, Chris (2019) Local elections 2019: gone missing – 500 councillors. Democratic Audit Blog (02 May 2019). Blog Entry.

Game, Chris (2019) Our student generation has been disenfranchised. Democratic Audit Blog (23 Sep 2019). Blog Entry.

Garcia Briceno, Luis (2019) Baptised by mercury: indigenous worlds in the Anthropocene. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Garland, Dr Jess (2019) Brexit has shown the limits of Britain’s broken ‘Westminster model’ of politics. Democratic Audit Blog (31 May 2019). Blog Entry.

Garnett, Mark (2019) Book Review : Cameron: The Politics of Modernisation and Manipulation. British Policy and Politics at LSE (29 Dec 2019), pp. 1-4. Blog Entry.

Garnett, Mark (2019) Book review: Cameron: the politics of modernisation and manipulation by Timothy Heppell. LSE Review of Books (01 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Gastinger, Markus (2019) Will another country follow the UK out of the EU? This is why it's unlikely. LSE Brexit (01 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Gastinger, Markus (2019) The 'exit index': how likely are other countries to follow in the UK's footsteps? LSE Business Review (14 Dec 2019), pp. 1-9. Blog Entry.

Geddes, Marc (2019) A Conservative majority means parliamentary scrutiny is in danger of being weakened. Democratic Audit Blog (18 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Geddes, Marc, Goodwin, Mark, Holden Bates, Stephen and McKay, Steve (2019) Why can’t some parliamentary select committees get female witnesses? Democratic Audit Blog (29 Jan 2019). Blog Entry.

Georgiadou, Vasiliki, Rori, Lamprini and Roumanias, Costas (2019) Is the resurgence of Europe’s far-right a cultural or an economic phenomenon? Democratic Audit Blog (17 Oct 2019). Blog Entry.

Gerbaudo, Paolo (2019) Optimism does go viral: Labour, the Conservatives, and social media in the 2017 general election. British Policy and Politics at LSE (12 Dec 2019), pp. 1-3. Blog Entry.

Gesiarz, Filip, De Neve, Jan-Emmanuel and Sharot, Tali (2019) The motivational cost of inequality: pay gaps reduce the willingness to pursue rewards. CEP Discussion Papers. Centre for Economic Performance, LSE, London, UK.

Giacomini, Francesco (2019) Bitcoin: new order or libertarian utopia? An answer from the past: Scotland 1727-1845 [winner - popular prize]. In: LSE Research Festival 2019: New World (Dis)Orders, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Giebler, Heiko, Meyer, Thomas M. and Wagner, Markus (2019) From the European debt crisis to a culture of closed borders: how issue salience changes the meaning of left and right for perceptions of the German AfD party. Democratic Audit Blog (02 Jul 2019). Blog Entry.

Giménez Toledo, Elea, Kulczycki, Emanuel, Pölönen, Janne and Sivertsen, Gunnar (2019) Bibliodiversity - what it is and why it is essential to creating situated knowledge. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (05 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Giovannini, Arianna (2019) Brexit and devolution in England: what’s at stake. Democratic Audit Blog (15 Mar 2019). Blog Entry.

Giovannini, Arianna (2019) The North of Tyne mayoral election: can a ‘mini metro-mayor’ make a difference? Democratic Audit Blog (08 May 2019). Blog Entry.

Giupponi, Giulia (2019) When income effects are large: labor supply responses and the value of welfare transfers. CEP Discussion Papers. Centre for Economic Performance, LSE, London, UK.

Godin, Marie and Sigona, Nando (2019) EU families feel more welcome in Scotland than they do in the rest of the UK. British Policy and Politics at LSE (27 Dec 2019), pp. 1-2. Blog Entry.

Goldberg, Saskia, Wyss, Dominik and Bächtiger, André (2019) Evidence from Germany: what citizens want from democracy. Democratic Audit Blog (26 Jul 2019). Blog Entry.

Goldring, Edward and Chestnut Greitens, Sheena (2019) The importance of regime similarity to explain democratic diffusion. Democratic Audit Blog (26 Jun 2019). Blog Entry.

Goldstone, Ross (2019) Book review: Engines of privilege: Britain’s private school problem by Francis Green and David Kynaston. Democratic Audit Blog (20 Jul 2019). Blog Entry.

Goldstone, Ross (2019) Book review: Posh boys: how the English public schools ruin Britain by Robert Verkaik. Democratic Audit Blog (08 Jun 2019). Blog Entry.

Goldstone, Ross (2019) Book review: Social mobility and its enemies by Lee Elliot Major and Stephen Machin. Democratic Audit Blog (28 Sep 2019). Blog Entry.

Goldzweig Panitz, Jacalyn (2019) Globalisation and state sovereignty: a mixed bag. LSE Undergraduate Political Review (10 Jan 2019). Blog Entry.

Gormley, Lisa (2019) The challenge of implementing the CEDAW convention in the UK. Women, Peace and Security (16 Jul 2019). Blog Entry.

Graef, I, Husovec, Martin and Purtova, N (2019) Data portability and data control: lessons for an emerging concept in EU Law. German Law Journal, 19 (6). 1359 - 1398. ISSN 2071-8322

Grogan, Joelle (2019) Three fast lessons and three slow lessons for UK democracy in 2019. Democratic Audit Blog (08 Jan 2019). Blog Entry.

Grogan, Joelle (2019) The rule of law, not the rule of politics. Democratic Audit Blog (04 Oct 2019). Blog Entry.

Guilherme Mendes de Paiva, Luiz, Feltran, Gabriel and de Oliveira Carlos, Juliana (2019) Presentation of the special issue: Apresentação à edição especial. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (2). 118–121. ISSN 2516-7227

Guilherme Mendes de Paiva, Luiz and de Oliveira Carlos, Juliana (2019) Illusions clouding decision-making: how the justice system fails to understand the illicit drug market. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (2). pp. 220-225. ISSN 2516-7227

Guney Akgul, H. (2019) Book review: behind the screen: content moderation in the shadows of social media by Sarah T. Roberts. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (08 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

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Haas, Astrid and Kriticos, Sebastian (2019) Considerations for land value capture reform in the Greater Amman Municipality. . International Growth Centre, London, UK.

Haas, Astrid and Wani, Shahrukh (2019) Getting the right institutions in place to run Africa’s cities efficiently. International Growth Centre Blog (22 May 2019). Blog Entry.

Hahnel, Mark (2019) The state of open data 2019 - what are the key issues in open data for researchers? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (13 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Haines, Allison (2019) A change of perspective. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Hale, Isaac (2019) Strategic voting in the 2015 general election: why Liberal Democrats didn’t vote for their own party. Democratic Audit Blog (01 May 2019). Blog Entry.

Hall, Matthew and Marsh, David (2019) Brexit shows both the importance of the british political tradition and the extent to which it is under threat. Democratic Audit Blog (13 Sep 2019). Blog Entry.

Han, Yoonai (2019) Urbanising East Asia and middle class dream. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Hancock, Sally and Wakeling, Paul (2019) To make PhDs fit for the 21st century we need to develop evidence based policies. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (09 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Hanrieder, Tine (2019) How do professions globalize? Lessons from the Global South in US medical education. International Political Sociology, 13 (3). 296 - 314. ISSN 1749-5679

Hardcastle, James (2019) Old-fashioned peer review is still seen as the best way to allocate grants, but reviewers deserve greater recognition. Impact of Social Sciences Blog (10 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Hardman, Helen (2019) In the name of parliamentary sovereignty: how the conflict between the UK government and the courts over prisoner voting rights was really about executive power. Democratic Audit Blog (11 Jun 2019). Blog Entry.

Harmer, Chris (2019) Book review: The education of an idealist by Samantha Power. Democratic Audit Blog (09 Nov 2019). Blog Entry.

Harms, Philipp and Landwehr, Claudia (2019) Be careful what you wish for: Brexit and the call for another referendum. Democratic Audit Blog (13 Nov 2019). Blog Entry.

Harris, Max (2019) Book Review: 1931: debt, crisis, and the rise of Hitler by Tobias Straumann. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (08 Dec 2019), pp. 1-3. Blog Entry.

Harrison, Joss (2019) Fighting for human rights: the Jimmy Carter blueprint for a post-Trump foreign policy. In: LSE Research Festival 2019: New World (Dis)Orders, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Hedin, Astrid (2019) Lessons from East Germany: how authoritarian states can use international travellers to promote their interests. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (09 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Heeckt, Catarina (2019) The road to hell is paved with good intentions. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Hellwig, Timothy and McAllister, Ian (2019) Economic voting and party positions: when and how wealth matters for the vote. Democratic Audit Blog (27 Feb 2019). Blog Entry.

Henwood, Melanie (2019) Is the idea of 'care robots' an oxymoron? LSE Business Review (20 Nov 2019). Blog Entry.

Herman, Lise Esther (2019) The slow death of Hungarian popular sovereignty. Democratic Audit Blog (23 Jan 2019). Blog Entry.

Herrmann, Tim, Waldmann, Claudia, Addai-Bempah, Caroline and Hayes, Andrew (2019) A terribly nice family. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Heuser, Christoph (2019) The effect of illicit economies in the margins of the state – The VRAEM. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (1). pp. 23-36. ISSN 2516-7227

Hexter, Matthew (2019) ‘The ability of the UK Parliament to override a measure made in any part of the United Kingdom is one of the mischiefs in the UK’s constitution that needs fixing.’ Why it is time to reform the Sewel Convention. Democratic Audit Blog (25 Jan 2019). Blog Entry.

Heyne, Lea (2019) Dissatisfaction with democracy in Europe is primarily a function of how well citizens perceive their political system to perform, and not of rising expectations. Democratic Audit Blog (29 Mar 2019). Blog Entry.

Hill, Tom (2019) The Queen's Speech made some of the right noises on the environment. But now is the time to translate words into deeds. British Policy and Politics at LSE (01 Dec 2019), pp. 1-2. Blog Entry.

Hillen, Sven and Steiner, Nils (2019) Citizens with economically left-wing and culturally right-wing views vote less and are less satisfied with politics. Democratic Audit Blog (15 Nov 2019). Blog Entry.

Hillman, Velisava (2019) Are schools the safe space to err and explore? Parenting for a Digital Future (25 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Hinrichsen, Yanina (2019) Red Deer at Dundreggan. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Hirani, Chandni (2019) Finding hope in a modern era of human displacement. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Hoffmann, Kasper, Muzalia, Godefroid and Pouliot, Mariève (2019) Beyond anarchy: property, precarity and land governance in urban Congo. Conflict Research Programme Blog (26 Jun 2019). Blog Entry.

Holloway, Mark and Tasker, Ross (2019) The experiences of relatives of people with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) of the condition and associated social and health care services. Journal of Long-Term Care, 2019. 99 - 110. ISSN 2516-9122

Hooghe, Marc, Dassonneville, Ruth and Oser, Jennifer (2019) Can voters influence social policy? Democratic Audit Blog (26 Mar 2019). Blog Entry.

Horne, R., Glendinning, E., King, K., Chalder, T., Sabin, C., Walker, A. S., Campbell, L. J., Mosweu, Iris, Anderson, J., Collins, S., Jopling, R., McCrone, P., Leake Date, H., Michie, S., Nelson, M., Perry, N., Smith, J. A., Sseruma, W. and Cooper, V. (2019) Protocol of a two arm randomised, multi-centre, 12-month controlled trial: evaluating the impact of a Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)-based intervention Supporting UPtake and Adherence to antiretrovirals (SUPA) in adults with HIV. BMC Public Health, 19 (1). ISSN 1471-2458

Howarth, David (2019) Is it too late to stop a no deal Brexit? Democratic Audit Blog (05 Aug 2019). Blog Entry.

Howarth, David (2019) This government has already lost the confidence of the House of Commons: the response should be to replace the government, not to neuter parliament. Democratic Audit Blog (03 Apr 2019). Blog Entry.

Howarth, David (2019) Threat of prorogation: what can the commons do? Democratic Audit Blog (28 Aug 2019). Blog Entry.

Howarth, David (2019) Who is the leader of the opposition? Democratic Audit Blog (20 Aug 2019). Blog Entry.

Howarth, Eponine Pamella Claudine (2019) Is the European Union governed by 'unelected bureaucrats'? LSE Undergraduate Political Review (19 Feb 2019). Blog Entry.

Huang, Yanning (2019) Bank, order in disorder. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Hudson, Jim, Scanlon, Kathleen, Fernández Arrigoitia, Melissa and Saeed, Swaiba (2019) The wider benefits of cohousing: the case of Bridport. . LSE London, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Husovec, Martin (2019) Essence of intellectual property rights under Art 17(2) of the EU Charter. German Law Journal, 20 (6). 840 - 863. ISSN 2071-8322

Huysmans, Martijn and Crombez, Christophe (2019) Lessons from Article 50: why exit clauses should include penalties for the seceding state. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (05 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

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Iacono, Roberto (2019) Book review: Capitalism, alone: the future of the system that rules the world by Branko Milanovic. Democratic Audit Blog (16 Nov 2019). Blog Entry.

Iacono, Roberto (2019) Book review: Measuring poverty around the world by Anthony B. Atkinson, edited by John Micklewright and Andrea Brandolini. Democratic Audit Blog (24 Aug 2019). Blog Entry.

Iacono, Roberto (2019) Book review: capitalism, alone: the future of the system that rules the world. LSE Business Review (01 Nov 2019). Blog Entry.

Iemmi, Valentina ORCID: 0000-0003-3301-0689 (2019) Calm disorders. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Im, Zhen, Wass, Hanna, Hiilamo, Heikki and Kauppinen, Timo (2019) Do electoral results come as a surprise because our empirical models are limited? Democratic Audit Blog (25 Apr 2019). Blog Entry.

Ismailee, Sania (2019) Book review: The constitution of India: a contextual analysis by arun k. thiruvengadam. Democratic Audit Blog (06 Apr 2019). Blog Entry.

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James, Toby (2019) General election 2019: why school buildings need to be used as polling stations. Democratic Audit Blog (11 Nov 2019). Blog Entry.

James, Toby (2019) #deniedmyvote – why many EU citizens were unable to vote in the European Parliament elections. Democratic Audit Blog (30 May 2019). Blog Entry.

James, Toby, Loeber, Leontine, Garnett, Holly Ann and Van Ham, Carolien (2019) Who runs elections and how can they be improved? independence, resources and workforce conditions are essential for good election management. Democratic Audit Blog (06 Jun 2019). Blog Entry.

Jeffries, Lesley and de Jager, Fransina (2019) Democratising Hansard: continuing to improve the accessibility of parliamentary records. Democratic Audit Blog (06 Mar 2019). Blog Entry.

Jessen, Jonas, Schmitz, Sophia and Waights, Sevrin (2019) Understanding day care enrolment gaps. CEP Discussion Papers. Centre for Economic Performance, LSE, London, UK.

Ji, Yuhan (2019) Eating your way to integration: the making of a diverse community at LSE. In: LSE Research Festival 2019: New World (Dis)Orders, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Johnston, Ron (2019) Book review: footsoldiers: political party membership in the 21st century by Tim Bale, Paul Webb and Monica Poletti. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (15 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Judge, David (2019) Brexit and parliamentary legitimation: beyond constitutional minutiae. Democratic Audit Blog (15 Aug 2019). Blog Entry.

Junk, Wiebke Marie (2019) Representing interest groups: umbrella organisations enjoy preferential access to the legislative arena but not to the media. Democratic Audit Blog (29 May 2019). Blog Entry.

Juntunen, Laura and Nieminen, Hannu (2019) The future of national news agencies in Europe - case study 3: the changing relationship between news agencies and the state. . London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of Media and Communications, London, UK. ISBN 9781909890558

Jäger, Anton (2019) Book review: The populist radical left in Europe edited by Giorgios Katsambekis and Alexandros Kioupkiolis. Democratic Audit Blog (06 Jul 2019). Blog Entry.

Jääskeläinen, Atte and Yanatma, Servet (2019) The future of national news agencies in Europe - case study 4: business model innovation in media-owned national news agencies. . London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of Media and Communications, London, UK. ISBN 9781909890565

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Kabeer, Naila ORCID: 0000-0001-7769-9540 (2019) Rice and fish curry. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Kaithwar, Raj (2019) Book review: The politics of the Anthropocene by John S. Dryzek and Jonathan Pickering. Democratic Audit Blog (16 Mar 2019). Blog Entry.

Kaldor, Mary (2019) Giving Europe political substance. Democratic Audit Blog (29 Jul 2019). Blog Entry.

Kaldor, Mary (2019) The phenomenon of civicness and researching its advancement. Conflict Research Programme Blog (22 May 2019). Blog Entry.

Kalpokas, Ignas (2019) Book review: A lot of people are saying: the new conspiracism and the assault on democracy by Russell Muirhead and Nancy L. Rosenblum. Democratic Audit Blog (15 Jun 2019). Blog Entry.

Kalpokas, Ignas (2019) Book review: This is not propaganda: adventures in the war against reality by Peter Pomerantsev. Democratic Audit Blog (12 Oct 2019). Blog Entry.

Kanavos, Panos ORCID: 0000-0001-9518-3089, Angelis, Aris ORCID: 0000-0002-0261-4634 and Drummond, Michael (2019) An EU-wide approach to HTA: an irrelevant development or an opportunity not to be missed? European Journal of Health Economics, 20 (3). pp. 329-332. ISSN 1618-7598

Kara, Dr Helen (2019) Book review: Algorithms of oppression: how search engines reinforce racism by Safiya Umoja Noble. Democratic Audit Blog (29 Jun 2019). Blog Entry.

Kawabata, Toyo (2019) The role of international climate finance initiatives. LSE Business Review (18 Nov 2019). Blog Entry.

Kaye, Simon (2019) Book review: National populism: the revolt against liberal democracy by Roger Eatwell and Matthew Goodwin. Democratic Audit Blog (02 Feb 2019). Blog Entry.

Keena, Alex, Latner, Michael, McGann, Anthony J. and Smith, Charles Anthony (2019) The US Supreme Court has decided partisan gerrymandering is outside its remit. A democratic restoration now depends on the people alone. Democratic Audit Blog (04 Jul 2019). Blog Entry.

Keeyaa, Chaurey (2019) Pirates and property: the moralities of branded and generic medicines. Masters thesis, London School of Economics.

Kennedy, Liam (2019) "Book review" Unbound: how inequality constricts our economy and what we can do about it. LSE Business Review (15 Dec 2019), pp. 1-3. Blog Entry.

Kennedy, Liam (2019) Book review: The technology trap: capital, labour and power in the age of automation by Carl Benedikt Frey. Democratic Audit Blog (21 Sep 2019). Blog Entry.

Kennon, Andrew (2019) The House of Commons and the Brexit deal: a veto player or a driver of policy? Democratic Audit Blog (15 Jan 2019). Blog Entry.

Kenny, Michael and Sheldon, Jack (2019) How can Boris Johnson keep the UK together? British Policy and Politics at LSE (17 Dec 2019), pp. 1-2. Blog Entry.

Khaitan, Tarun (2019) The Alternative Vote system could have delivered a clearer signal on Brexit. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (12 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Khaitan, Tarun (2019) Why the Alternative Vote system could have delivered a clearer signal on Brexit. LSE Brexit (01 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Kinderman, Daniel P. (2019) F**k business: Brexit and the deep freeze between business and politics in populist nationalism. LSE Brexit (01 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Kirkland, Christopher (2019) 'The most important election in a generation' - just like the last election (and the next?). British Policy and Politics at LSE (10 Dec 2019), pp. 1-2. Blog Entry.

Kitanova, Magdelina (2019) Youth political engagement in the EU: the age of a democracy accounts for variations in levels of youth participation. Democratic Audit Blog (28 Aug 2019). Blog Entry.

Kjær, Ulrik and Kosiara-Pedersen, Karina (2019) The ‘hourglass’ pattern of representation: why political parties are key to electing more women to parliament. Democratic Audit Blog (01 Feb 2019). Blog Entry.

Kleiman, Mark A. R. and Ziskind, Jeremy (2019) Lawful access to cannabis: gains, losses and design criteria. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (3). 272 - 278. ISSN 2516-7227

Klein, Axel (2019) Drug problem or medicrime? Distribution and use of falsified Tramadol medication in Egypt and West Africa. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (1). pp. 52-62. ISSN 2516-7227

Knobloch, Katherine R. (2019) Improving access to information and restoring the public’s faith in democracy through deliberative institutions. Democratic Audit Blog (19 Jul 2019). Blog Entry.

Kohonen, Liisa (2019) Greying villages of family planning era China. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Kong, Pengyin (2019) Dancing afterwork. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Koschnick, Julius (2019) Freedom through the weak states? State fragmentation in the Holy Roman Empire. In: LSE Research Festival 2019: New World (Dis)Orders, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Kostelka, Filip, Blais, André and Gidengil, Elisabeth (2019) Has the gender gap in voter turnout really disappeared? Democratic Audit Blog (03 Jan 2019). Blog Entry.

Kriticos, Sebastian (2019) Keep it clean: can blockchain change the nature of land registry in developing countries? International Growth Centre Blog (05 Aug 2019). Blog Entry.

Kriticos, Sebastian (2019) The costs of urban giants in sub-Saharan Africa. International Growth Centre Blog (30 Oct 2019). Blog Entry.

Kriticos, Sebastian and Henderson, J. Vernon (2019) The prospects for manufacturing-led growth in Africa’s cities. IGC Growth Brief Series (020). International Growth Centre, London, UK.

Kukic, Leonard (2019) The last Yugoslavs: ethnic diversity, national identity and civil war. Economic History Working Papers (300). London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

König, Felix (2019) Technical change and superstar effects: evidence from the roll-out of television. CEP Discussion Papers. Centre for Economic Performance, LSE, London, UK.

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LSE Business Review Blog, (2019) Ten blog posts to help inform discussions on the UK economy going forward. LSE Business Review (16 Dec 2019), pp. 1-2. Blog Entry.

Lahtinen, Hannu, Martikainen, Pekka, Mattila, Mikko, Wass, Hanna and Rapeli, Lauri (2019) Have we all underestimated the severity of socioeconomic differences in electoral participation? Democratic Audit Blog (11 Oct 2019). Blog Entry.

Lait, Ashley and Cliffe, Mark (2019) Many voters do not believe economists are impartial. LSE Brexit (01 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Laliotis, Ioannis, Shaikh, Mujaheed, Stavropoulou, Charitini and Kourouklis, Dimitrios (2019) Retirement and household expenditure in turbulent times. GreeSE Papers (137). London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Lancaster, Caroline Marie (2019) Why the radical right is no longer the exclusive domain of older, male voters. Democratic Audit Blog (02 Oct 2019). Blog Entry.

Langer, Ana Inés, Comerford, Michael and McNulty, Des (2019) Top-down or bottom-up? Campaigns, social media, and the Scottish independence referendum. Democratic Audit Blog (07 Mar 2019). Blog Entry.

Lauk, Epp and Einmann, Maret (2019) The future of national news agencies in Europe - case study 2: the survival challenges for news agencies in a small market: News agencies in the Baltic countries. . London School of Economics and Political Science, Department of Media and Communications, London, UK. ISBN 9781909890572

Law, Benjamin (2019) Book review: Conservative moments: reading Conservative texts edited by Mark Garnett. Democratic Audit Blog (30 Mar 2019). Blog Entry.

Lawall, Katharina (2019) Angry white women? How Immigration has become a “women’s issue” and why it matters [winner - written pitch prize]. In: LSE Research Festival 2019: New World (Dis)Orders, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Lawrence, David (2019) What’s wrong with homophobic bakeries? A critical discussion of discrimination and its interaction with political freedoms and religious conscience, drawing on the Asher’s Bakery case in Northern Ireland and Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen’s theory of discrimination. Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, 22 (1). pp. 61-76. ISSN 1386-2820

Le Cour Grandmaison, Romain, Morris, Nathaniel and Smith, Benjamin (2019) The last harvest? From the US fentanyl boom to the Mexican Opium Crisis. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (3). 312 - 329. ISSN 2516-7227

Leaver, Clare, Lemos, Renata and Scur, Daniela (2019) Measuring and explaining management in schools: new approaches using public data. CEP Discussion Papers. Centre for Economic Performance, LSE, London, UK.

Leblond, Patrick and Viju-Miljusevic, Crina (2019) Understanding EU trade policy in the twenty-first century. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (16 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Ledger, Robert (2019) Book review: Heroes or villains?: The Blair government reconsidered by Jon Davis and John Rentoul. Democratic Audit Blog (13 Jul 2019). Blog Entry.

Lee, Jack (2019) Money's disappearing act. In: LSE Research Festival 2019: New World (Dis)Orders, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Levasseur, Ludvig (2019) Researchers' advice to stress-prone entrepreneurs: learn to manage your insomnia, and sleep! LSE Business Review (06 Dec 2019), pp. 1-2. Blog Entry.

Levkovych, Oksana (2019) When agency trumps structure: modern problems and historical lessons from the UK and the US. In: LSE Research Festival 2019: New World (Dis)Orders, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Li, Joy (2019) Floating identity. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, GBR.

Lindstam, Emmy (2019) Why do ‘niche parties’ perform so well in European and subnational elections? Democratic Audit Blog (05 Sep 2019). Blog Entry.

Liu Sixuan, Sarah (2019) Determinants of firm internationalisation, destination choice and internationalisation success. In: LSE Research Festival 2019: New World (Dis)Orders, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics, London, United Kingdom.

Loh, Wulf (2019) Informational privacy: a precondition for democratic participation? LSE Business Review (13 Dec 2019), pp. 1-3. Blog Entry.

Loh, Wulf (2019) Seven thought-provoking posts on privacy. LSE Business Review (20 Dec 2019), pp. 1-2. Blog Entry.

Lombardo, Marcelo and Vieira, Helena (2019) Marcelo Lombardo: 'Cloud management software is revolutionising small firms'. LSE Business Review (14 Nov 2019). Blog Entry.

Longden, Vanessa (2019) Book review: photography and the art market by Juliet Hacking. LSE Review of Books (17 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Luedke, Alicia (2019) The commodification of women and girls in South Sudan: increased risks and continued violence. Conflict Research Programme Blog (04 Apr 2019). Blog Entry.

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Mack, Verena and Stoetzer, Lukas F. (2019) Detecting election fraud: is it possible to identify manipulated vote counts?. Democratic Audit Blog (01 Mar 2019). Blog Entry.

Mackreath, Helen (2019) Book review: here to stay, here to fight: a 'race today' anthology edited by Paul Field, Robin Bunce, Leila Hassan and Margaret Peacock. LSE Review of Books (01 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Manchanda, Stuti and Saiya, Nilay (2019) Why veil restrictions increase the risk of terrorism in Europe. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog (17 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Mansour, Renad (2019) Iraq’s 2018 government formation: unpacking the friction between reform and the status quo. LSE Middle East Centre report. Middle East Centre, LSE, London, UK.

Marcos-Marne, Hugo, Plaza-Colodro, Carolina and Freyburg, Tina (2019) New political parties can mobilise dissatisfied voters who share populist attitudes. Democratic Audit Blog (20 Jun 2019). Blog Entry.

Margulies, Ben (2019) Book review: Citizens of nowhere: how Europe can be saved from itself by Lorenzo Marsili and Niccolo Milanese. Democratic Audit Blog (10 Aug 2019). Blog Entry.

Margulies, Ben (2019) Book review: Emergency chronicles: Indira Gandhi and democracy’s turning point by Gyan Prakash. Democratic Audit Blog (26 Oct 2019). Blog Entry.

Margulies, Ben (2019) Book review: the field of blood: violence in Congress and the road to the civil war by Joanne Freeman. LSE Review of Books (01 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Marland, Alex (2019) Cutting the size of a parliament: we should consider process and resources not just numbers. Democratic Audit Blog (10 Sep 2019). Blog Entry.

Martín-Martín, Alberto, Orduna-Malea, Enrique, Thelwall, Mike and Delgado-López-Cózar, Emilio (2019) Google Scholar, Web of Science, and Scopus: which is best for me? Impact of Social Sciences Blog (03 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

Matthews, Felicity (2019) Behind the scenes of the Conservative–Liberal Democrat coalition. Democratic Audit Blog (28 Jan 2019). Blog Entry.

Matz, Sandra, Appel, Ruth Elisabeth and Kosinski, Michal (2019) Rethinking privacy in the age of psychological targeting. LSE Business Review (21 Nov 2019). Blog Entry.

Maurer, Stephan ORCID: 0000-0003-2446-8575 and Rauch, Ferdinand (2019) Economic geography aspects of the Panama Canal. CEP Discussion Papers. Centre for Economic Performance, LSE, London, UK.

Maxwell, Daniel (2019) Famine early warning and information systems in conflict settings: challenges for humanitarian metrics and response. . Conflict Research Programme, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

McCoy, Alfred W. (2019) Searching for significance among drug lords and death squads: the covert netherworld as invisible incubator for illicit commerce. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (1). pp. 9-22. ISSN 2516-7227

McGarry, John and O’Leary, Brendan (2019) Matters of consent: the Withdrawal Agreement does not violate the Good Friday Agreement. Democratic Audit Blog (29 Oct 2019). Blog Entry.

McKay, Lawrence (2019) Book review: The British general election of 2017 by Philip Cowley and Dennis Kavanagh. Democratic Audit Blog (12 Jan 2019). Blog Entry.

Memisi, Edita (2019) Are our higher education institutions inclusive? A study of the barriers to student retention. In: LSE Research Festival 2019: New World (Dis)Orders, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Merkley, Eric (2019) Are there any benefits to divided parliamentary parties? Democratic Audit Blog (07 Feb 2019). Blog Entry.

Milazzo, Caitlin and Townsley, Joshua (2019) ‘Conceived in Harlesden’: when do candidates emphasise their local connections in UK general elections? Democratic Audit Blog (14 Jan 2019). Blog Entry.

Misse, Michel (2019) The puzzle of social accumulation of violence in Brazil: some remarks: (Comentários Sobre) O Enigma da Acumulação Social da Violência no Brasil. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (2). pp. 177-182. ISSN 2516-7227

Mitchell, James (2019) General election 2019: a different contest in scotland. Democratic Audit Blog (26 Nov 2019). Blog Entry.

Mitchell, Joe (2019) Voters are crying out for better information about elections – here’s your opportunity to help. Democratic Audit Blog (04 Apr 2019). Blog Entry.

Mitchell, William (2019) Weaving discontent: faith and revolution in ages of disorder. In: LSE Research Festival 2019: New World (Dis)Orders, 2019-02-25 - 2019-03-02, London School of Economics.

Moffitt, Benjamin, De Cleen, Benjamin, Panayotu, Panos and Stavrakakis, Yannis (2019) The Democracy in Europe Movement (DiEM25) and the limitations of transnational populism. Democratic Audit Blog (03 Jul 2019). Blog Entry.

Mongrain, Philippe (2019) Reading political tea leaves: forecasting British general election results. Democratic Audit Blog (14 Feb 2019). Blog Entry.

Monnery, Neil (2019) Che Guevara's Cuba and John Cowperthwaite's Hong Kong: a six-decade natural experiment. LSE Business Review (01 Dec 2019), pp. 1-3. Blog Entry.

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Mortensen, Thomas and Gutierrez, Eric (2019) Mitigating crime and violence in coca-growing areas. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (1). pp. 63-71. ISSN 2516-7227

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Ramasamy, Renuka (2019) Consumerism, artificial Intelligence and the death of human connection. LSE Research Festival 2019, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, UK.

Rangel, Felipe (2019) Problem and power: informal commerce between repression and enterprisation. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (2). pp. 183-192. ISSN 2516-7227

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Rolston, Bill (2019) The Troubles: five historical back stories. Women, Peace and Security (28 Aug 2019). Blog Entry.

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Scott, Kyle (2019) Book review: the great broadening: how vast expansion of the policymaking agenda transformed American politics by Bryan D. Jones, Sean M. Theriault and Michelle Whyman. LSE Review of Books (01 Dec 2019). Blog Entry.

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Shaw, Mark (2019) What could an asymmetrical strategy against organised crime look like? A lesson from the drug policy debate. Journal of Illicit Economies and Development, 1 (1). pp. 99-106. ISSN 2516-7227

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Smyth, Stewart (2019) This election is a choice between more of the same or policies that face the housing crisis head-on. British Policy and Politics at LSE (01 Dec 2019), pp. 1-2. Blog Entry.

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